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good morning, america. breaking news, critical fire danger. millions on edge in california as record-breaking temperatures soar into the triple digits. dangerous winds kick up. now fears of a fresh wildfire outbreak as ten large blazes burn across the state. fighting words. overnight senator mccain appears to attack the president for dodging service in vietnam. as the firestorm grows over president trump's phone call to the widow of fallen soldier, sergeant la david johnson, now she's speaking out for the first time only on "gma." george clooney and matt damon sit down with michael to address the harvey weinstein scandal head on. >> he was a bully. he was intimidating. >> it's beyond infuriating. >> the actors speaking out
♪ i'm bringing sexy back bringing justin back. justin timberlake taking center stage at the super bowl halftime show for the first time since that infamous wardrobe malfunction. can he top lady gaga, katy perry and beyonce's flawless performances? good morning, america. we hope you had a good weekend. how about that justin timberlake coming back? >> very excited about that. also kind of surprised to realize it's been 14 years since that infamous halftime show so he's going to be back and i think it's going to be great. much more on that in a bit. first we want to get to that critical fire danger happening in southern california. triple-digit heat and gusty w d winds putting millions on edge as so many in that state are recovering from those record-breaking wildfires. ten are burning at this hour so
marciano who has been tracking it all. >> good morning. on the heels of those northern california fire, this one is going to be focused across southern california and this, these warnings and advisories have been expanded in aerial extent and have been extended now to make this a three-day event. the fire starting overnight just the beginning. this morning l.a. firefighters rushing to put out a fast-moving brush fire in the mountains north of los angeles. >> there was a series of four or five small explosions and a big one and that's when everything lit on fire. >> reporter: this blaze was put out but temperatures will rise to reach triple digits. as santa ana wins crank up. california towns from san diego to san bernardino bracing for prime wildfire conditions. in san diego county, 150 acres burning over the weekend. a brigade of aircraft attacking that fire. >> we're hitting this thing hard from the ground and air and crews are making great progress but
optimistic. the winds have been a factor out here. >> black smoke pouring into the sky over napa valley sunday. nearly 30 acres burning there with small fires breaking out across the state. >> usually we have three people on the engine. we now have four. everything is increased for these fires. >> reporter: fires quickly spreading earlier this month leading to the staggering death toll of 42. the deadliest string of fires in the state's history. 7,000 homes and structures lost. certainly don't want a repeat so firefighters on standby at the ready across southern california. here come your santa anas. those winds come up and over the mountains and compress and heat up and dry out and they'll be gusty not only today and tonight but peaking tomorrow night, humidity levels 5% to 10%, dangerous stuff and the heat is what makes it different. triple-digit heat and second time we've seen it this late in october so staggering for today and tomorrow
closely. back over to you. we move on to washington where senator mccain has leveled another shot at president trump taking on the inequity of the wealthy who avoided getting drafted for health deferments like bone spurs. this as john kelly escalated the war of words wildcat congresswoman wilson. our senior white house correspondent cecilia vega with the latest. good morning. >> good morning, everybody. this controversiy is not going away. the white house hoped that appearance by john kelly would put it to rest but the president tweeting about it again. john mccain never mentioned president trump's name but seemed like a shot at him directly. he received a deferment for a bone spur diagnosis. >> one aspect of the conflict that i will never ever countenance is that we drafted the lowest income level of america and the highest income level found a doctor that would say that they had
that is wrong. that is wrong. if we're going to ask every american to serve, every american should serve. >> reporter: this weekend the arizona senator and war hero went public with his criticism. this as one of the four american special ops soldiers killed in that deadly ambush in niger was laid to rest, sergeant la david johnson at the center of the public battle over president trump's condolence call to johnson's pregnant widow. the president has yet to comment on the specifics of the ambush. instead continuing to talk about the congresswoman in the car with johnson's widow and heard her say, johnson knew what he signed up for but when it happens it hurts anyway. the president was back to tweeting this weekend. he called the congresswoman wacky, repeatedly, and said she's killing the democratic party, the white house as i said really thought this would go away but the president was back to tweeting about it.
kelly, as well. cecilia, thanks very much. meghan mccain, co-host of "the view" is here and incredible to see how something in some ways is simple and sad as a phone call to the widow of a fallen soldier would become such a controversy. >> yeah, i hate this entire news cycle right now. i think us as all americans should never politicize the death of a soldier. i hate who it's turning into and hate the questions about general kelly and if you cared about benghazi as a conservative you have to care about what happened in niger as well with all the questions coming out and all of the sort of unanswered issues about exactly what happened over there. and i hate that it's sort of becoming a left/right issue and we can't just, you know, honestly let la david johnson be buried and let his widow grieve and move on. >> there are a lot of real questions about what actually happened in niger on that ambush. meantime, i know your father is going to be on "the view" today, coming off that latest salvo against the es
he's really slowing down right now, keeping it quiet. he's on for my birthday. didn't know he said that until i woke up this morning and my phone blew up but i think military service for my family as you're well aware is personal. both my brothers served multiple deployment and my family going back generations and generations so i think any time you talk about military service it is a different issue when you have served and when you have family members that have served and those that haven't. >> so you're seeing this and coming off the speech by senator mccain last week, the speeches by both president obama and president bush. how is the white house taking this in? >> they -- it's interesting to watch. this i've been asked directly about it and the way this white house is internalizing it they say these presidents aren't directly talking about president trump. >> they don't really believe that, do they? >> i think they do, george. i think they do. this is as you know an administration that doesn't take kindly to criticism and if the president's name is not spoken directly which
believe this is not about him. >> meantime, the president trying, meghan, to turn the attention to tax cuts. this has become priority a, b, c and d. >> we need a legislative win and going forward they need to change the news cycle all the way around. again collectively making all americans uncomfortable to be politicizing the death of four american soldiers, in fact. i have -- i'm like cautiously optimistic about tax reform but we couldn't get it together really on health care so i'm sort of like hedging my bets at this moment. >> cecilia, one other thing you saw senator mcconnell kind of putting it back in the president's court on the entire issue of health care. does he support the latest compromise or not? >> well, who knows? depends on the day of the week. he's been all over the map on this but the reality this isn't going anywhere any time soon. >> cecilia, meghan, thanks very much. we'll see you on "the view" at 11:00. coming up, i have an exclusive interview with myeshia johnson, the widow o
johnson. a possible terror plot foiled in florida by the fbi. the sting they believe was started by isis. that suspect will face charges and pierre thomas has been tracking this story from washington. good morning, pierre. >> reporter: amy, good morning. news today we have another american allegedly willing to embrace isis ideology and apparently willing to commit mass murder of scores of innocent shoppers. take a look at the dolphin mall in miami. sources tell us vicente solano had targeted the shopping center with a huge bomb hoping to detonate what he thought, quote, was a weapon of mass destruction but it was all a sting. the bomb was a dud built by the fbi, solano apparently thought he was working with another islamic radical when it was really an undercover operative with the fbi. officials at the dolphin mall say it was inappropriate to comment due to the ongoing fbi investigation. it is under seal but solano is expected in court today. amy. >> pierre, it is absolutely terrifying to think what could
how often are we seeing these types of cases? >> reporter: amy, the suspect is one of more than 130 americans charged in recent years with either trying to join isis or plotting attacks here at home. >> all right. pierre thomas, thank you. george. >> now to a manhunt for a serial killer in tampa. three people killed in the same neighborhood in less than two weeks and police looking for a person of interest seen in this surveillance video and victor oquendo has more from tampa. good morning, victor. >> reporter: good morning, george. police asking us to report from the station this morning. they do not want us in that neighborhood while it's still dark out. they've been working around the clock to keep that community safe as they search for what could be a possible serial killer. this morning, the desperate manhunt for a possible serial killer in a tampa neighborhood. three unsolved murders in ten days just about ten blocks apart. >> i was watching tv and i hear, boom, a pause and then boom, boom, boom. >> reporter: those first shots were fired on october 9th, politician say, when 22-year-old
monica hoffa's body was found down the street and the most recent 20-year-old anthony naiboa, 200 yards from the first shooting. >> whoever is doing it is able to vanish very quickly. >> reporter: police believe all three are connected since they happened so close to each other at night. only lead, this grainy video of a person of interest wearing a hood. now police urging residents to keep their porch lights on handing out lightbulbs if needed and being told to stay in groups. >> if you're walking alone you're either a suspect or you're a potential victim. >> we're getting ready to go out on patrol with tampa police. getting ready to head out into the seminole heights neighborhood. that's the area where three people have been gunned down. it's got to be kind of surprising to you guys. >> it is and scary for the
used to something like that happening. >> reporter: overnight the community on edge, neighbors banding together while their killer is still on the loose. >> they're waiting for him to hit again, well, i'm not. i want him to get caught. before anything else happens. nobody else needs to die. >> reporter: police need the public's help here. their only lead is that grainy surveillance video. there is a community meeting planned for tonight where residents will be able to speak with investigators. george. >> victor, it is such a tense situation that we heard you say they told you not to go into the neighborhood right now given a lot of warnings to the residents. what else are they telling them right now? >> the advice right now for residents if you're going to walk around do so in groups. keep your porch lights on. even handing out lightbulbs if they see the lights are out and want people as safe as possible. >> okay, victor oquendo, thanks very much. amy. all right, george, now to never before seen jfk files about to be made public this week. president trump says he plan foss allow the already scheduled release of thousands of classified
that has scholars and conspiracy theorists buzzing. abc's david wright is here with all the details. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. back in 1992 in the wake of oliver stone's movie, congress wanted to put an end to conspiracy theories surrounding the jfk assassination so they ordered all of the documents released. they said a final deadline, 25 years down the road everything to be unsealed by then unless the president objects, well, that deadline is up this week and the president plans to let it go forward. the very existence of top secret files concerning the kennedy assassination has fueled countless conspiracy theories. this weekend president trump tweeted, i i will be allowing as president the long blocked and classified jfk files to be opened. clearing the way for the imminent release of some 3,000 pages, mostly from cia and fbi case
>> president kennedy has been shot in dallas, texas. >> reporter: november 22nd, 1963. dealey plaza, cold-blooded murder in broad daylight. it shocked the nation. many americans still have questions more than 50 years later. trump confidant roger stone says he urged the president to release everything. >> they're likely to show that we have lee harvey oswald was trained, nurtured and put in place by the central intelligence agency. >> reporter: was lee harvey oswald acting alone or was the cia or the kgb or the mafia pulling the strings? those are the biggest conspiracy theorys. >> what we're going to find out is a lot more about the last few months of lee harvey oswald's life, what he was doing, what he was up to and whether the cia or fbi were picking up additional information about him. >> reporter: but not everyone is happy. the intelligence community for one. >> the president enjoys stirring up controversy and this will definite
controversy. >> reporter: and the kennedy family says trump didn't consult them. >> i understand the value of those documents. i don't dispute that. they also happen to be quite personal, as well. >> reporter: millions of documents have come out over the past 25 years but for the conspiracy theorists, this final trove of documents is christmas day. >> okay, and i have to ask you, do we know, do we have any idea what's inside those documents? >> according to the national archives this is a lot from the case files of the fbi and cia. most interestingly there's apparently testimony in there from one of the watergate conspirators, e. howard hunt. >> is this already looked at by -- >> by archivists and we should have a heads-up. should be some tidbits and new data points. >> to feed conspiracy theories. david, thank you. also, that super bowl news. justin timberlake back on the halftime stage for the first time sinceha
appearance with janet jackson back in 2004. t.j. holmes with the details. >> timberlake is actually performed if two previous super bowls, there's a decent chance you only remember one, that was when he was a surprise guest at janet jackson's performance then they brought out a surprise guest, if you will, that led to an investigation, a huge fine and a term "wardrobe malfunction." ♪ >> reporter: beyonce. lady gaga. ♪ purple rain purple rain >> reporter: even prince. ♪ i got the eye of the tiger >> reporter: they've all headlined the iconic super bowl show and now justin timberlake is making it official. he's bringing sexy back to the turf for the first time since his infamous guest appearance in 2004 ♪ come on and dance with me. >> reporter: who can forget janet jackson's infamous wardrobe malfunction. >> that won't happen this time.
performance back in 2001 with 'nsync. and now over 16 years later he's not sure how many on stage stunts we might see. >> people are flying and lady gaga jumped from the top of the stadium or something. i don't know, man, i'm 36 now. i don't know how much of that i can do. ♪ >> reporter: the pepsi halftime show is one of the most watched musical events of the year seen by over 150 million people. february 4th. look forward to it. he is the first artist to perform three times at a super bowl. that's a big deal but a lot will be overshadowed because a lot might miss a play of the game but won't miss the halftime show to see what happens. >> never know. t.j., thanks very much. back to rob. a lot of tornadoes being reported. >> our second severe weather season. happens in the fall. this is one of six reported yesterday across pascagoula, mississippi, doing damage in oklahoma. now a threat today that's going to get into the ca
the east, strong wind, large hail. maybe a few tornadoes then this all moves north and east tonight through the day tomorrow and by tomorrow afternoon and the evening rush hour, new york, philly, back through d.c. could see severe weather, the same variety of maybe large hail and damaging winds there. today: warm and breezy. partly to mostly cloudy. highs: 73-77 winds: se 5-15 g 20
gusty winds. lows: 57-67 winds: s 10-15 g 30-40+ mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy. lingering shower early. highs: 69-74 winds: s to nw 5-15 mph hope you had a great weekend. it was a beautiful one across the eastern third of the country. these shots out of upstate connecticut. some of those leaves will come down with the storm coming through tomorrow so hope you got out and enjoyed it. >> yes, we did the walk across the hudson and looked at all the fall foliage. coming up here, myeshia johnson, the widow of sergeant la david johnson speaks out about the fir phone call with president trump for the first time. amal clooney and matt damon taking on harvey weinstein. that scandal when we come back.
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>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. right now, police are stepping up patrols at a prince georges county school, a threat was made on social media, apparently shared by a lot ofs the at eleanor roosevelt high school. told students not to attend classes today. threat itself was not specific to that one school. police are sending extra officer s out to roosevelt high school. they're investigate hook is behind this. when we have more information, you can be the first to know. we will update you threw our abc 7 news app. a big monday night
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with her just before we came on the air. and we are joined now by the widow of sergeant johnson, myeshia johnson, thank you for coming in. i hope you're feeling the prayers and thoughts of all of us. >> yes. >> you know, it was so clear watching the funeral how loved and respected la david was by his family, friends, community, fellow soldiers. what do you want people to know about him? >> well, i want the world to know how great of a soldier my husband was and a loving and caring father and husband he was to our family. >> you knew him since you were 6, huh? >> yes, sir. >> and i also know you have a lot of questions about what happened. >> yes. >> in niger. >> yes. >> what's at the top of your mind? >> the questions that i have that i need answered
to know why it took them 48 hours to find my husband. why couldn't i see my husband? every time i asked to see my husband they wouldn't let me. >> what did they tell you? >> they tell me that he was in a severe -- a severe wrap -- like i won't be able to see him. i need to see him so i will know that that is my husband. i don't know nothing. they won't show me a finger, a hand. i know my husband body from head to toe and they won't let me see anything. i don't know what's in that box. it could be empty for all i know but i need -- i need to see my husband. i haven't seen him -- since he came home. >> and what have they told you about what happened in africa? >> i really don't know the answers to that one neither because when they came
house they just told me that it was a massive gunfire and my husband as of october 4th was missing. they didn't know his whereabouts. they didn't know where he was or where to find him and a couple of days later is when they told me that he went from missing to killed in action. i don't know how he got killed, where he got killed or anything. i don't know that part. they never told me and that's what i've been trying to find out since day one, since october 4th. >> are you confident you're going to get the answers you need? >> if i keep pushing for then, i will. >> and they just say they don't know? >> they won't tell me. they won't tell me anything. i don't know anything. >> there are also a lot of questions about the phone call you received from president trump. i know you were in a car to the airport.
>> me and my family was in the limo to receive my husband from i think that was dover we went to. >> dover. >> and we was nearly on the airport strip getting ready to get out and he called master sergeant neal phone. i asked master sergeant neal to put his phone on speaker so my aunt and uncle could hear as well. and he goes on to saying his statement as, what he said was -- >> the president. >> yes, the president said that he knew what he signed up for but it hurts anyways and i was -- it made me cry because i was very angry at the tone of his voitsz and how he said it. he couldn't remember my husband's name. the only way he remembered my husband's name because he told
front of him and that's when he actually said la david. i heard him stumbling on trying to remember my husband name and that hurt me the most because if my husband is out here fighting for our country and he risks his life for our country, why can't you remember his name? and that what made me upset and cry even more because my husband was an awesome soldier. he did what it take people -- other soldiers like five years to do in three years so imagine if my husband was here now, it took my husband three years to make e5. it take other soldiers to make five to six years to make e5. if he would have been here he would have been on his way to e6 or e7. >> what did you say to the president? >> i didn't say anything. i just listened. >> b
got off the phone? >> oh, very, very up set and hurt, very. it made me cry even worse. >> congresswoman wilson reported that and you explained she was in the car with you. >> yes. >> she's been close to your family for a long time. >> yes, yes. ms. wilson -- my uncle-in-law was ms. wilson's elementary school principal and my husband was in her 5,000 role model program. that's why she's well connected with us. because she been in our family since we was -- since we were little kids. >> the president said that the congresswoman was lying about the phone call. >> whatever miss wilson said was not fabricated. what she said was 100% correct. it was master sergeant neal, me, my aunt, my
and miss wilson in the car. the phone was on speakerphone. why would we fabricate something like that? >> is there anything you'd like to say to the president now? >> no. i don't -- no, i don't have nothing to say to him. >> your little girl is going to be born in january. >> yes. january 29th. >> what are you going to tell her about her dad? >> i'm going to tell her how awesome her dad was and how a great father he was and how he died as a hero. >> words she's going to love to here. thanks for sharing your story this morning. >> thank you. >> he did die a hero. >> so powerful and to have to go through all this while grieving her husband is truly unthinkable. but she's a powerful woman. >> you saw her beam when she talked about him. >> that's true.
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$32 million sexual harassment settlement and now george clooney and matt damon are taking on the weinstein scandal and team up for "suburbicon." >> reporter: today george clooney and matt damon are at the top of their game. studios vying for a chance to work with the hollywood powerplay but in the '90s it was harvey weinstein and miramax that launched both men into super stardom. now they're coming to terms with the dark and twisted reality of their former mentor. >> at least i won't be unoriginal. but i mean if you have a problem with that we can just step outside and figure it out. >> reporter: he bought "good will hunting" and shot it in '97 and did movies after that. i was there -- that was the height of his power and what you knew back then was -- i mean, you had to spend about five
he was intimidating. that was his -- that was his legend. that was his whole kind of m.o. like could you survive a meeting with harvey. could you survive -- could you stand up for yourself with harvey and the people who worked for him were like, you know, i'm coming here to make good movies. miramax was the place that was making great stuff in the '90s so when people say like everybody knew, like, yeah, i knew he was an [ bleep ]. i mean, he was proud of that. you know what i mean? that's how he carried himself and i knew he was a womanizer. you know, i wouldn't want be to married to the guy but i'm not -- it's not my business really but this level of karim sexual predation is not something i ever thought was going on. absolutely not. i knew the story about gwyneth from ben because he was with her after brad and so i knew that story. but i was working with gwyneth with harvey on "ripley."
together. i knew they came to whatever agreement or understanding she had handled it and she was, you know, the first lady of miramax and he treated her incredibly respectfully. always. >> harvey would talk to me about women that he had had affairs with. i didn't necessarily believe him quite honestly because to believe him would be to believe the worst of some actresses who were friends of mine and i didn't really think that they had affairs with harvey and clearly they didn't but the idea that this predator, this assaulter was out there silencing women like that, it's beyond infuriating and the fact that the story is coming out now and the more it comes out, i want to know all of it. >> wequentin tarantino has said we've heard these things and never seen it so there's nothing you guys -- you've heard it. you never saw anything that -- >> he didn't do it out in the
there was something i was at with harvey in public and he was doing this thing and i missed it and there's some woman who was somehow assaulted and was at the golden globes or something and i somehow missed it then i'm sorry. >> how do we change? >> there has to be a comeuppance for all of that, all those people part of the chain and then have to make it safe to feel people can talk about this and in doing that i think that will scare away that kind of behavior. but more than anything, you're going to have to have a warning shot over the bow of anyone that would act like that that you will be outed and out of the business and more than that you might be prosecuted. i talked with my wife about this and she said, you know, she could find, you know, in her line of work which is human rights law, you know, there have been plenty of instances where some guy has tried, you know, to make -- some guy in power has tried to make their move. many if not
some point in their life faced this kind of behavior. i think that's a little bit of a surprise to some of us, that it's this big. that it's this prevalent and maybe that's something else that's good is that we're -- that we're going to have these discussions and have this conversation and again we'll make it harder for it to happen. >> and we want to let you know that they're unequivocally denied by mr. weinstein. mr. weinstein has further confirmed there were never any acts of retaliation against any women for refusing his advances and we will have much more of michael's interview with george clooney and matt damon and talk kids and so much more. >> you're seeing this cascade across industry after industry. >> we'll be right back. people would stare. psoriasis does that. it was tough getting out there on stage. i wanted to be clear.
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>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. here is a check of your stop stories. one person dead, multipleories injured after a crash on green belt road. police say 2 vehicles crashed near aerospace road. within person was pronounced dead, a driver and 3 passengers were taken to the hospital. no update on their conditions yet. and long time late night host david letterman at the kennedy center last night with a mark twain prize for american heimer. he was praised, roasted by fellow comedians in the building he took it all in stride thank ing his fellow economics like -- comics like bill murray and jimmy kimmel. checking the forecast, ano
johnson. >> reporter: this morning we're starting out with thick fog across the area, the man hazardous. later during the overnight, after 10:00 gusty thunderstorms that may deliver isolated power outages, secure any loose items. warm today, breezy, the high of 77. best chance of storms from 10:00 p.this evening until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. cooler conditions with highs getting into the 60s throughout the area. >> reporter: unyou remember todays on the early headed into virginia crossing the american legion bridge. the problem was a broken down truck on 267 from the outer loop . this is the backup, seeing the delay. georgetown pike down to the toll road. now, on the beltway in maryland, the outer loop is very slow from college park past georgia avenue in silver spring.
good morning, america. it's 8:00 a.m. new fears right now about a fresh wildfire outbreak. ten large fires burning across california. millions on edge as record-breaking temperatures soar in the triple digits. that heat and high winds set to create what's being called the most dangerous fire weather conditions in years. chiefs america's sweetheart as an olympic gymnast and dominating "dancing with the stars," now shawn johnson opening up with a truly personal struggle revealing her whirlwind pregnancy followed by miscarriage just 48 hours later. why she's weigh revealing it all publicly. how so many women are relating and dr. jen ashton here with what you should know. george, matt and michael together.
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that what hurt me the most because if my husband is out here fighting for our country and he risk his life for our country why can't you remember his name. >> now, the white house has publicly bashed the florida democratic congresswoman who was with myeshia johnson during that phone call saying she lied about what she heard. and this weekend president trump reignited the firestorm all over again tweeting wacky congresswoman wilson is the gift that keeps on giving for the republican party, a disaster for dems. this morning myeshia johnson backed up congresswoman frederica wilson's version of that call. she was asked if she had a message for president trump. myeshia johnson said no. as you know, and the president has a meeting in the rose garden today where he will speak. you can bet if there will be questions this is the first thing that will come up. so many questions for the white house? she has a lot of questions for the pentagon and the military as well about what actually happened to her husband in africa. cecilia, thanks very much. amy. >> all right, george. now to a food safety alert. more than 20
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welcome back to "gma." nice crowd here on this monday morning. ♪ go crazy crazy so, are you guys ready for "pop news"? [ cheers and applause ] you give me no choice. it's that time. happy monday to you. happy monday to you, guys. we'll begin with great news. john stamos, a bachelor no more? congratulations to john. the actor proposed to his girlfriend of two years on sunday. he posted, yeah, he loves disneyland and actually in his backyard when i lived in l.a. we didn't live too far apart. he has the "d" from the original disney sign in his backyard. you can see it as you went around the bend. no, he's a massive disney fan so only right he did it there and posted the good news on
in the post he shares this adorable drawing of the duo in front of the disneyland castle writing, i asked. she said yes and we lived happily ever after. her name, by the way, kaelyn mccue. an actress, 31 years old and finished a short film in which she acts, he directs and survived that so the 54-year-old popped the question with a video. he put together some of the most romantic moment from disney and pixar animation. and then he ended it with sebastian from "the little mermaid" saying just ask the girl to john so as he said he did. she said yes and we couldn't be happier for both. congratulations to them. [ applause ] yes. waited a long time. he was a bachelor for a long time. i guess he had a lot of ideas and wanted to get it just right. transformation in "pop news" that amy you teased beautifully. by the way, a transformation if
proportions. we all -- i'll give it away. we love jason derulo. he looks neither of cute or sweet when he showed up as the night king at maxim's party. >> i'm beyond impressed. >> a team spent hours applying prosthetics on his face. that did not stop jason derulo from getting to the party, jumping on stage, of course, to perform several songs including "talk dirty to me" in full night king regalia. which is amazing. [ applause ] >> you don't see that often. that's awesome. >> i love that. then finally another transformation. a big wow from justin bieber. he has serious new ink covering his almost entire torso. there he is getting it done by celebrity tattoo artist bang bang who posted pictures on inst
hours covering three days to complete what appears to be -- it happened in justin's backyard. there he is posing. justin posted that one. the guy, bang bang said he never tattooed anybody that much in his 13-year career and called him tough with nails and his work with bieber isn't done yet. that's a little bit of the work you can see there. justin, you have a very nice backyard too. guy, that is "pop news" on this monday. three transformative stories. [ applause ] >> thank you, lara. >> his body is a canvas. >> yes. i guess he can't move. >> a long time. that's all i got. >> thanks. we turn to our "gma" cover story. shawn johnson and her husband sharing a private battle revealing their miscarriage. it is trending online. they use it to bring hope to
here with more on the story that had so many people talking, adrienne. >> reporter: hundreds of thousands of people talking. good morning to you. shawn johnson east and her husband regularly post videos that are fun, a peek inside their everyday life but this video really struck a nerve. opening up a discussion on one of the most taboo topics, miscarriage and how it changed their life and world in less than 24 hours. four time olympic champion shawn johnson east is no stranger to living in the public eye sharing a personal struggle. >> i'm pregnant. ♪ >> reporter: this youtube video her an her husband andrew east let us in on the joy and heartache of their recent pregnancy. >> definitely wasn't planning this but it's really, really exciting. >> reporter: at first happy tears, the
with the stars" champ waits to tell andrew in person. >> she won't tell me what it is, what if she's pregnant. >> reporter: using a tiny version of his favorite sneakers to make the announcement. >> are you serious? >> we're going to have a baby. >> reporter: but just hours later still recording johnson is in intense pain. >> we don't know what this is so -- >> my belly just hurts. >> reporter: in an up close and personal doctor's visit the couple finds out shawn had a miscarriage at just eight weeks. >> not only are you miscarrying but it looks like you probably took care of it all on your own. >> reporter: the video has over 1 million views with a firsthand look at all of the emotions, the questions and fears after losing a baby. >> does ha happen a lot. >> miscarriages? >> yeah. >> a lot. >> reporter: and a look at sharing the bad news with family just days after telling their parents they were expecting. >> well
out. no fun. >> reporter: their hope is to encourage others facing the same grief. >> you're not the only one going through what you're going through. >> reporter: even answering questions from their followers online in a live stream that same day. >> and it is the most vulnerable and kind of raw look into our lives and we will keep you guys updated. we will kind of do more videos following along this journey. >> it certainly is hoping up the conversation. we tell so many more of our personal details online but this is really raw. shawn and andrew saying they will let their followers know online when they were expecting again. amy. >> all right, adrienne, thanks so much. our chief medical correspondent dr. jennifer ashton is here and it is uncomfortable and sad to watch and yet at the same time seeing shawn and andrew say what was going on as it was happening actually does a lot of good for a lot of people. >> oh, i think that i
and i think what it does here is it destigmatizes a process as adrienne said can be considered taboo and makes it seem more kind of, you know, if it can happen to them to elite athletes it can happen to anyone. i think it resonates for sure amongst any couple who suffered this and for people who haven't, you know, it's the definition of empathy. it shows the most raw emotions in some ways that a human being and a couple can go through in realtime so i think it's incredibly powerful. >> yeah, and you've been an ob/gyn for 17 years. how common is this? how often does it happen to women? >> the chances she'll suffer a miscarriage are incredibly high. the estimates 12% to 15% of pregnan pregnancies end in miscarriage. the estimates are 30% to 50% meaning a woman can suffer a miscarriage without even know
early. >> once it happens once, there's fears it will happen again. at what point should you be concerned? >> there is a term for that called recurrent pregnancy loss or rpl and used to have a longer threshold for the definition and used to be define as three recurrent pregnancy losses. now we're shortening that a lot of experts, you know, in our field are calling it two. that's a start for a workup and a cause. most of the time it's a chromosomal problem. it can be anatomy. at times male factors. if you have two or three depending on your age you want to start a workup. >> what do you think women and men should know about the emotional part? >> i think in this story we have to remember the dads and the partners. i think everybody looks for a cause. no one is to blame when you're talking about a miscarriage. understand that, you know, it can be a ripple effect. both parents are going to go through it. the grief is normal. it's
for anyone in that circle because people say, when should i tell people. you know, if you're holding someone's hand who is going through it, the only appropriate thing is i'm sorry. you never want to say, you can try again. that's not helpful. >> we are certainly rooting for andrew and shawn and we'll be following them from here on out. thank you very much, dr. jen. let's head over to rob. >> hey, amy. talk about the animal file. who here, a fan of pigs? who thinks pigs are cute? all right. okay. [ applause ] i got a treat for you. one, two, three, four little piggies went to market. the tractor supply store and the one dressed in a dress or a pug, excuse me and the pigs are dressed in designer sweaters enjoying themselves there. i don't quite get that but what do you think? would you adopt a pig? >> yeah. >> my wife says the same thing. she adopted me which is pretty
today: warm and breezy. partly to mostly cloudy. highs: 73-77 winds: se 5-15 g 20 mph tonight: rain likely . gusty winds. lows: 57-67 winds: s 10-15 g 30-40+ mph tuesday: partly to mostly cloudy. lingering shower early. highs: 69-74 winds: s to nw 5-15 mph somebody just signed up. >> no pigs. love you pigs. but no. michael's interview with goon clooney and matt damon. earlier they are spoke about the harvey weinstein scandal diana now teaming up for "suburbicon." they talked about it and the adventure of fatherhood. >> reporter: easy to see why these two have s
are you gents ready? >> bring it on. >> reporter: with equal pars talent and charm a true connection both on and off the screen so when george stepped behind the camera for his latest thriller "suburbicon" the obvious choice to play his lead man. how is it to work with your friend when he's directing you? does it challenge your friendship. >> hang on, easy, easy, steady. >> no, no, no, no. it's -- look, i've -- you know, i don't want to talk to about him like he's not there. i've never been able to do something like this in a movie and that was one of the ways -- >> that scene, there is a scene with his son at the table. when he finished the crew couldn't look at him. oh, man, oh, man. >> it was pretty bad. i was uncomfortable watching. >> sorry. >> i'm looking at you. you're in great shape. ready to kick some butt.
i said, man, you wanted a dad bod. you got it. >> i got a dad bod. >> i got -- i was over 200 pounds which is big for me like that's not -- from it was funny because he just like not long before it done like a bourne movie and i saw pictures and he was cut and ripped and i hope he doesn't show up like that. he walked in like the pillsbury dough boy. >> me being a professional. >> what is a professional diet. >> eating doritos. >> pounding doritos. >> that's me working. >> while clooney stayed off camera in "suburbicon," he's taken on a whole new role in real life, new dad to twins ella and alexander. so you have twins. >> i have twins just like you, man. >> what do you do? they're like one wakes the other one up and here's the other thing, i want to get into this right now. this is important part. three days ago we started them on a little thing called solid food. >>
>> and like no problem. >> then you suddenly go -- >> yesterday morning was a wake-up call. >> oh, yeah. >> wow, it was crazy. >> i tell you what, though, once you get through that then you can change a diaper like a pro you can do anything. >> i can change a diaper like a pro. >> everybody scares you with twins. i asked -- oh. you cannot imagine having just a single child once you've had twins because it would seem too easy then when people complain about having one baby you look at them and go, shut your mouth. but you got to do this for three year, george. three years of hardship for a lifetime of pleasure. >> i'm ready for it, man. i got it. >> on strong. >> one person who was new to your crew, know what jupe. >> he is a freak of nature, that kid. he's like -- he's a totally normal kid. he's totally -- he's not like -- a lot of times you get the parents right behind and it's a whole thing and dynamic and feel, oh,
he loves it but he's just a normal -- >> he wants to play baseball. all this time because we thought we got a kid. we'll have work him -- one take every -- one take. no, i hate him. i hate him. one take there there is a scene at the end where he has to just be -- he's sitting there kind of stoically crying and george was working with him to do it. george goes and cut and he lights up and he high-fives him. [ applause ] >> yeah. "suburbicon" hits theaters this friday. coming up an 11-year-old now america's top young scientist. you'll want to meet her. your "gma" moment brought to you by the frame from samsung. the most beautiful tv you've never seen. ♪
>> anchor: good morning, washington! i'm melanie hastings. checking your top stories, route now, in alexandria one man fighting for his life after a deadly triple shooting in all veterans park right off duke street at north picket. 2 people were killed. that third man is hospitalized with serious injuries. we're waiting for an update from police. we will bring you details later this morning. big monday night matchup for your washington redskins, the skins heading up i95 to philadelphia to face the eagles. philly leads the nfc east 5-1, skins in second, 3-2. you can watch the game right here on abc 7. kickoff at 8:30.
let's check with veronica johnson. >> reporter: this morning we're starting out with thick fog across the area, the man hazardous. later during the overnight, after 10:00 gusty thunderstorms that may deliver isolated power outages, secure any loose items. warm today, breezy, the high of 77. best chance of storms from 10:00 p.this evening until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. cooler conditions with highs getting into the 60s throughout the area. >> reporter: slow 95 toward the aqua kwan, slow. further north, 395, heavy, slow, most of the way up passing duke street and up to the 14th street bridge where you see delays from arlington into the district. on the outer loop of the beltway , american legion bridge, very heavy, sloshings down to the toll road. the ra
♪ i'm on top of the world welcome back to "gma." welcome to everyone here. as you can see whether you like it or not we have candy to share. all looking forward to halloween next tuesday and according to "the daily news" these with the worst possible treats you can get on halloween. >> i completely disagree. starting with those are my favorites. i like to make them teeth. i create two teeth. i like to eat them. i know you hate those. "daily news" says they hate them. who likes candy corn? >> you like it too. >> i don't eat it anymore but i used to. >> i do
they called them pez without the fun. i like smarties fine. >> i'm an equal opportunity candy eater. >> this is one in the movie theater with popcorn. they don't like those either. >> they insulted one of my very favorites. >> i hate butterfingers. >> i hate them. >> i like the crunch. i like the chocolate. >> there was real empathy for butterfingers. >> i never liked -- i always gave those away. you go, you share and you trade candy. i always traded mine. >> who knew people didn't like baby ruth. >> you know what the problem is with this. the movie that ruined these for me. [ laughter ] >> "caddyshack." >> i just can't now. >> on that note, amy. >> all right. we'll move on to a remarkable young woman who is definitely going to motivate us this monday. it's gitanjali rao is an 11-year-old who saw her parents
home for lead and thought there must be a better way. did i mention she is 11. so she invented a way and that won her the title of america's top young scientist at this year's 2017 discovery education 3m young scientist challenge so let's bring out gitanjali. come on out. >> hi. >> nice to meet you. >> what a pretty smile you have. >> nice to meet you. >> did i say your name right? >> gitanjale. >> that's great. so tell us about your award -- first of all, congratulations. >> thank you. >> that's so awesome. >> thank you. [ applause ] how did it feel when they called your name? did you know they were going to call your name? >> i did not know they were going to call my name. when i won the discovery education
challenge it was one of the best case of my life. it was amazing to see that three months of hard work and just those two days leading up to the final event all paid off and i actually won the challenge though. [ applause ] >> you did great. george has a question. >> tell us about how this happened. where your experiment came from. >> yeah, so i have always been interested about the flint, michigan, water crisis. i was originally inspired by it and i knew that flint wasn't the only place with lead contaminated water and there were over 5,000 water systems in the u.s. so i created a device on this one i saw my parents testing for lead in their water and then i realized it wasn't a reliable process and wanted to do something to not only help my parents, but also the residents of flint and other places like flint. >> how did you realize it wasn't reliable? >> well,
time and like it -- like most of them were just test strips through background knowledge i know they're not very accurate so -- >> through background knowledge. george. tell us how your invention works. >> so my invention is called tepys and it is a greek goddess of fresh water and that's why i named my device that and includes the core device a big blue box and several disposable cartridges so how it work, first you dip your cartridge into water so, for instance, if we were doing a test with lead contaminated water, the lead molecules in the water would instantly bind to the chloride elements introduced into the nano tubes so i measured the amount -- >> we have no notes by the way. this is all in her head. [ applause ] you can keep going. >> so i
resistance using my arduino processor and sent all the data to your mobile phone and developed an app to -- in order to find out the lead amounts in your water so if it's green it means that your water is safe. >> wow. >> if it's yellow or red it means it's slightly contaminated or critical. >> you're saving lives. >> yeah. >> you are. >> so here's my question to you -- [ applause ] i mean -- what next for you? what do you want to do when you grow up? >> i want to be an epidemiologist or geneticist. >> that's good for the word. that's good for all of us. >> thank you. >> what do you say to kids who are afraid of science? >> i would tell them to not be afraid to try. through experimentation i found out not everything can be finished and completely done in one shot and with the help of my
mentor, dr. shaffer, i really got through my ex-peer men take and took all the safety and things into consideration. >> you had $25,000 for this prize. what are you going to do with the money? [ applause ] >> i can't wait to hear. >> with most of my money i plan to continue evolving my device so that it can be put out into the market and can be in everyone's hands. with the remaining i would like to give back to the organizations i volunteer for such as children's kindness network. [ applause ] and -- >> oh, my gosh. >> wow! >> and the remaining for like college fund, some things like that. >> i hear you want to go to mit. >> yes, i do want to go to mit. >> when it goes to market, you can pay for it thank you. you're a delight. thanks for coming in. >> congratulations. [ applause ] >> we have a lot more coming up inud
>> prince was the most spontaneously creative musician of his era and his photographer had to be in the moment as well to capture these images of his superstar subject. at home and on the road. backstage and on stage. ♪ purple rain >> reporter: one-on-one with the man responsible for "purple rain" and "let's go crazy." prince's personal photographer spent 20 years capturing him at home, on stage and behind the scenes. >> for me each time iowa with prince i was like, wow, i'm standing here with prince. >> reporter: his royal badness always clicked with shchlt hahidi. in prince: a private view. you took a picture of him looking at a monitor of his own performance. you say he looked at tapes of every performance he ever did. >> he did and he would sit there and watch it. he was a per
expected it from everyone around him. >> while prince knew how to pose, knew his angles. fans will also be drawn to more intimate moments like this shot of prince and sheila e. >> seeing them together there was this shared history, this common past, they had been through a lot together. >> reporter: he and prince would become close and shahid di's daughter made her way as an actor and jara would star on "black-ish" as daughter so which johnson and later a note would show a family friend was still rooting for her. >> two months before he passed he sent her a private message saying i love your show "black-ish" and your character is one of my favorite characters on the show and say hi to your pops. >> he had left prince since 2011 and news of his death hit hard. >> the day that he passed away i was at home and got a text fr
something going on at paisley park and turned on the thus and shortly thereafter it was confirmed it was prince. sorry. >> reporter: afterwards from prince a tender tribute to their years together. >> after he passed i went into prince's office and there's a picture of yara in his office still. if you go in there you'll see an 8x10 picture of her on his desk. it was incredible. >> great that someone so astonishingly creative thought it was important to support the creativity of others. these photographs show fans the prince they loved and the prince they might not have realized was there all along. george. >> yeah, they are really remarkable. prince, a private view is out tomorrow. outside to rob. >> hey, george. feeling like -- it's still feeling like summer out here. temperatures in the mid 70s yesterday.
what do you think of this heat? do you like it? stick around. it's going to be get a little cooler. >> we're used to that. >> here we go. the cold front, several of them coming through so september and august-like temperatures going away and drop down into the 40s. look at chicago and minneapolis -- i'm so sorry we didn't put green bay on the map. probably around freezing. it usually is for friday morning so these are the cold -- the cold air that's going to finally start coming in. are you excited for it. i'm excited for cold air. bring on fall, all right?- rains overnight - falling temperatures each day (chilliest day thursday) today: warm and breezy. partly to mostly cloudy. highs: 73-77 winds: se 5-15 g 20 mph tonight: rain likely . gusty winds. it's a wisconsin kind of day from janesville, wisconsin. 35 years you've been marrmarrye. what did you say
life. >> that wasn't rehearsed. i believe it for sure sponsored by king's hawaiian. lara, back up to you. judith light always lighting up the small freiny "who's the boss" to "ugly betty" and starring in amazon's hit "transparent" and sat down to talk about her latest boundary breaking role. >> look at you. my. we have the exact same haircut. >> i don't think so. >> so, judith. >> let's be transparent. >> do you know no one has done that. >> oh, come on. >> i swear. >> am i the first one. >> you are the first one. >> how could you miss that. it is funny and amazing and heartbreaking. is this the best job you've ever had. >> it certainly right up there. >> your secret, your secret you were talking about me. >> no. no. i was talking about me. >> i want to talk to you about
>> sure. >> can we discuss the last episode of season three. people say when they watch you singing "one hand in my pocket" they cried ♪ i got one hand in my pocket and the other one is giving a high-five ♪ >> i think it reminds people of their own places in their lives where they've pushed down their voice and particularly for women. >> the show seems more timely and necessary than ever. were you surprised by the impact transparent has made? >> we had no idea what it would do. we hoped it would do what it's doing. and the trans community has been gorgeous in relating to us. >> can you give me something to look forward to in season four. >> i can tell you you'll see more of the peeling back of the onion of each one of these characters. you're going to learn about past things that have happened that you didn't really foe about in
we are here now with the pioneer woman herself award winning blogger ree drummond. she has a new cookbook called "come and get it" showing us how to make a meal in 20 minutes in just one pan. we were just talking and cooking for a big family as you and i both do. you wanted to be as mess-free as possible, yes? >> yes and simple and quicker the better so my cookbook is kind of -- [ applause ] >> i love this. i honestly was taking notes. just to have one pan is such a
>> gone are the days that i, you know, spend all day cooking in the kitchen and use all the pots and pans i want because i have four teenagers and i thought i was busy when they were babies and then they grew up -- >> they eat everything so you have to make everything -- >> two of my teenagers are boy, so, yeah, they pretty much eat everything in the house. >> tell us what you're cooking. >> a turkey taco skillet. it does not get any easier than this. of course, you can sub in ground beef or chorizo if you like but i did cumin and chili powder and chipotle pepper and pour in salsa and makes a yummy mixture and then just drained canned black beans, super easy. >> i love anything canned. >> yes. >> well, if you rinse them, they're great so basically i'm making a delicious really flavorful meat mixture and it's going to be the basis of just a really simple dinner that you can dress up with all these fixin's so you can help me
the fixin's. i have cheese. >> do you add that afterwards. >> i'll pile it on top. i'll make the meat mixture then make little piles of the fixin's and it looks like you spent forever on it but -- >> avocado. >> and tomatoes. >> and i like to do neat pies and let everybody dive in. >> cilantro. sour cream. >> yeah. [ applause ] >> and radishes. >> then i have charred corn tortillas. you can sprinkle those over the top or can actually mix them into the meat which is really good. >> and one pan. >> that's right. i love that. >> all right. this one i actually really love. because this combines like kind of a pizza-like feel with some chicken so -- >> and it's so good. i have two boy, 15 and 13 and they time they have friends over, they're like, make pepperoni chicken. >> i like the way it sounds, pepperoni
>> i'll eat pepperoni chicken for sure. olive oil and butter. >> really simple. i like to start with the olive oil and butter. it is for the flavor, of course and it's always a good start to anything. >> i couldn't agree more. >> and then what i do with the chicken breast to get them to cook faster is i put them on a cutting board and slice them in half so so you end up with two thin halves. you can pound the chicken breast flat but then you have a great big piece. this gives you two chicken cutlets and use a larger skillet and do four. get as much color on this as you can and then -- >> ooh. >> i love "good morning america." everything is so easy. >> voila. >> that's right. [ applause ] >> so you put tomato sauce in there. >> take the chicken out of the pan and then you can either make your own simple marinara or crack open a jar. >> the jar thing. >> good marinara sauce you can get in a jar and kind of
some pieces of pepperoni on top. but when i have -- when i'm cooking it for the boys and their friends, you know, i have a huge skillet because it all disappears so put the lid on, let the cheese melt. >> what kind of cheese do you recommend with this. >> mozzarella or provolone are great but anything you like and so that the cheese just kind of melts over the pepperoni and chicken and you can serve it over pasta. you can just serve it with a green salad if you want to keep it lighter. you can put -- >> zucchini noodles. >> or a hoagie bun and do a sub. >> yum. >> i like recipes like that that you can change up. >> so great. i am 100% making that and then now you have a dessert you can also just do in one quick easy fell swoop. >> so my book has a lot of solutions for this crazy busy life and so this is a no-bake white chocolate raspberry cheesecake. i use shortbread cookies as the crust and keeps in the fridge for a couple of days and can make it befor
throwing and so my life, this reflects my life. >> i love it. all of our lives. thank you. come and get it is out tomorrow and everyone in our audience is going to go home with a copy and by the way, if you want some of her recipes they are on our website. ree, thank you so much and we will be right back.
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here is a check of your stop stories. investigation under way after a late night triple shooting, alexandria city police tell us 2 men were found dead on the scene when officers arrived at all veterans park, a third man injured, rushed to the hospital in serious condition. big monday night matchup for the washington redskins. the skins head to philadelphia to face the eagles. philly ease the nfc east, 5-1. the skins in second place, 3-2. you can watch tonight's game right here on abc 7, pregame begins at 8:00. kickoff,al 30:00. little fog out there this morning for the commute. here is veronica johnson. >> reporter: this morning we're starting out with thick fog across the area, the man hazardous. later during the overnight, after 10:00 gusty thunderstorms that may deliver isolated power outages, secure any loose items. warm today, breezy, the high of 77. best chance of storms from
10:00 p.m. this evening until 4:00 a.m. tomorrow. left with cooler conditions with highs getting into the 60s throughout the area. >> reporter: we're looking at 270, headed past montrose road on the way to the beltway. heavy, accident-free. beltway, accident right here near the camera. outer loop of the beltway northbound near new hampshire avenue in the existing backup on the way past connecticut avenue toward 355 on the outer loop. it's slow both ways on the beltway, just south of it american legion bridge. with the accident, toll road cleared up. that's a lock at traffic. back tie. >> anchor: thank you. you can get more news, weather and traffic on good morning washington on news channel 8.
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